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    New wood dashplate need for Bayliner 3055...where would I find this part?-gctid388548

    Good afternoon,

    So my Garmin 545s went out like a light. I could replace with the next model but wanted to use this opportunity to upgrade to a bigger display. There is one problem. I need a entirely new dash plate because there are now too many cutouts and no room for another display.

    Any thoughts on where I can find something like this?

    Thanks,

    Wayne

    #2
    I make those. Shoot me an email: [email protected]

    This is a busy time of year for us, but it's pretty straightforward.
    Custom CNC Design And Dash Panels

    iBoatNW

    1980 CHB Europa 42 Trawler- "Honey Badger"

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      #3
      SomeSailor makes panels.

      I have been getting panels for years from Mark at MMES Custom Panels his link is below. He has made a number of breaker and switch panels for us.

      I KNOW he has made 305 panels in woodgrain.

      http://www.wewireboats.com/index.html
      Jim McNeely
      New Hope a 2004 Bayliner 305 Sunbridge Express Cruiser
      Twin 5.7s with Bravo2 drives
      Brighton, Michigan USA
      MMSI # 367393410

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        #4
        Yeah. They're pretty common. I make sets for 2355/2455/2655/2855 probably 3-4 a week.

        Lemme know if ya want a quote. I don't think we've done a 305 full set yet.
        Custom CNC Design And Dash Panels

        iBoatNW

        1980 CHB Europa 42 Trawler- "Honey Badger"

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          #5
          Mike, you should post a price for a 305/3055 set so we know what it costs. I have no idea if we're talking dollars or many hundreds or what.

          Also, what about customizing it if I took your stock file and changed the hole locations and sent it back ready to cut? As I go towards all-electronic instruments I might want to remove the analog ones that are no longer necessary if it doesn't cost a lot. I'm assuming you work from some kind of standard vector file?

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            #6
            I got a new dash panel for my 2004 directly from Bayliner - I think it was around $90. Mine is the the blue one though, no woodgrain.

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